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Fridays Are Golden at Sorry Thanks I Love You

Sorry Thanks I Love You is offering cups of coffee for a gold coin to raise money for the Chris O'Brien Lifehouse.
By Ben Hansen
October 06, 2022
By Ben Hansen
October 06, 2022

If you're looking for ways to cut back on your coffee and want to give back to a good cause — well then, Sorry Thanks I Love You's inner-city store is the place for you every Friday until the end of the year.

Originally launched online in 2015 before setting up a brick-and-mortar store and then moving to Westfield Sydney, Sorry Thanks I Love You is all about gifting differently, offering a range of items that are unique and thoughtfully-designed to give to your best friend, a family member, your partner or even yourself. The emphasis here is on handmade, expertly-designed products that tell a story. All of the creations in the space are unique, so you're in very little danger of doubling up on gifts for your mate.

Among the clothes, accessories and homewares, the retailer also runs a cafe within the store, and, while the focus of the store is on helping you find the perfect gift, it also gives back, donating to cancer hospital the Chris O'Brien Lifehouse.

In order to encourage donations, Sorry Thanks I Love You is offering up their baristas and Single O coffee for a gold coin each week. Each Friday morning until the end of 2022, anyone who comes in-store to get their morning coffee can pay with a gold coin donation to the Chris O'Brien Lifehouse. That's right, you can pick up your daily cup of joe for as little as $1 and know the money is helping out.

STILY is aiming to raise enough money for 500 patients to visit the Lifehouse's psychology and counselling services through this program.

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